State Times NewsJAMMU: The government on Thursday constituted a six-member committee for scrutinizing and recommending cases under Article 311 (2)(c) of the Constitution of India. “Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of a Committee for scrutinizing and recommending cases under Article 311(2)(c) of the Constitution of India,” reads the order issued by General Administration Department on Thursday. The committee members include Chief Secretary, Administrative Secretary, Home Department, Director General of Police, Administrative Secretary, General Administration Department, Additional Director General of Police, CID and Administrative Secretary, Department of Law, Justice & PA. The procedure shall be followed for invoking the provision of Article 311 (2)(c) of the Constitution of India viz “The cases shall be referred by the Administrative Departments or Police Organization to the Home Department. On receipt of such report, the Home Department shall examine the case and upon satisfaction that the case meets the requirements of Article 311(2) (c), it shall place the case before the Committee,” it stated and added “The recommendations in respect of such cases shall be supported by relevant records which may include a copy of the interrogation report and other collateral evidence to justify dispensing with the holding of an inquiry in the interest of security of the State.” “The Home Department shall place each case along with the recommendations of ADG, CID, J&K before the Committee and recommendations of the Committee shall be processed by the Administrative Secretary, Home Department for orders of the Competent Authority in terms of Article 311(2)(c) of the Constitution of India,” it further stated. “Orders of dismissal shall be issued by the General Administration Department after the approval of the Competent Authority,” it added. It is further ordered that all pending cases be decided in the manner/procedure laid down above and all departments shall seek the advice of the Home Department before deciding the period of suspension of government employee whose dismissal orders are either quashed by the courts or who resume duty after detention besides the Home Department shall offer advice to the Departments.
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